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Football Rumours on Monday 18th December 2017
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  • Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, 28, has turned down a £400,000-a-week offer from a Chinese club because the Chile international is determined to join Manchester City.

  • Manchester United can sign Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil, 29, for an £8m signing-on fee if the Germany international leaves the Gunners on a free transfer at the end of the season.
    (Daily Star)

  • Manchester United are set to make a £60m bid for Juventus and Brazil full-back Alex Sandro, 26, in January.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Barcelona's president met Antoine Griezmann's family in the latest development towards sealing a summer transfer deal for Atletico Madrid's 25-year-old France forward.
    (Mundo Deportivo)

  • Chelsea are considering a bid for Crystal Palace's 25-year-old Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha in January.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • The Blues are ready to sell their 30-year-old Brazil centre-back David Luiz.
    (Daily Mirror)

  • Italian champions Juventus and Spanish giants Real Madrid are keen to sign Luiz.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Liverpool will not make a move for defender Virgil van Dijk unless Southampton lower their £70m valuation for the 26-year-old Netherlands international.
    (Irish Independent)

  • Everton sent scouts to watch Charlton's 20-year-old England Under-20 defender Ezri Konsa on Saturday.
    (Liverpool Echo)

  • Bayern Munich have agreed a 15m euro (£13.2m) deal to sign Hoffenheim's 30-year-old Germany striker Sandro Wagner in January.

  • Real Madrid's 32-year-old Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo wants a wage increase that will make him the world's highest paid player.

  • Former Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, 33, has offers from Bundesliga clubs with the ex-Germany captain's contract at MLS club Chicago Fire set to expire.
    (Die Welt )


  • Tony Pulis is in the frame to become the new Rangers manager.
    (Daily Record)

  • Stoke's owners are concerned by the club's recent poor form but they still believe manager Mark Hughes should remain in charge.
    (Stoke Sentinel)

  • Swansea midfielder and assistant coach Leon Britton, 35, will take over as boss if Paul Clement is sacked.

  • Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino will talk to 21-year-old Alli about his tackle on Belgium midfielder Kevin de Bruyne at Etihad Stadium and his loss of form.
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says speculation about his future is "not right because I think I deserve a bit of respect for what I did last season" and "for what I am doing this season".
    (Daily Express)

  • Stoke boss Mark Hughes says former player Marko Arnautovic, who scored in West Ham's 3-0 over the Potters on Saturday, was "doing all sorts by the end" and the 28-year-old "did well to get back to the dressing room safely".
    (Daily Star)

  • Everton boss Sam Allardyce says he "will be very delicate" in re-introducing fit-again winger Yannick Bolasie, 28, to first-team football after a year out with a knee injury.


  • Borussia Dortmund and Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang "secretly" extended his contract with the club by a year until 2021.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo wants Barcelona's players to give his Real Madrid side a guard of honour when the teams meet in El Clasico on Saturday.

  • Tottenham's England internationals Dele Alli and Harry Kane, as well as Manchester City and Argentina defender Nicolas Otamendi, would be sent off at the 2018 World Cup for challenges they committed in the game between their sides on Saturday, says former referee Graham Poll.
    (Daily Mail)

  • Former referees' chief Keith Hackett says Manchester City and West Brom should have been awarded penalties against Tottenham and Manchester United respectively during what he called "the worst weekend of the season from our officials".
    (Daily Telegraph)

  • Arsenal keeper Petr Cech says Mesut Ozil's match-winning strike against Newcastle reminded him of Zinedine Zidane's winner against Bayer Leverkusen in the 2002 Champions League final.
    (Daily Express)

  •  BBC Sport/SkySports